NewDay EAP


NewDay EAP
NewDay Counseling offers EAP services for Savannah and surrounding areas. Below is the basic definition of an Employee Assistance Program:

An employee assistance program (EAP) is an employee benefit programs offered by many employers. EAPs are intended to help employees deal with personal problems that might adversely impact their job performance, health, and well-being.

Call John Capachione at 912-201-3605 if you have any questions.

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John Capachione, M.Ed, LPC, CEAP, SAP, RRT and Men’s Life Coach   John is considered one of the area’s leading specialists in addictions, child and adolescent health and gender specific counseling for men.  John has over fifteen years of experience in creating, implementing, and successfully administrating services such as drug court treatment/addiction counseling/evaluation, EAP and life coach services.

John holds a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling, and is a licensed professional Counselor (LPC) for the state of Georgia.  John earned his Employee Assistance Professional Certification (CEAP) in April of 2010.  Mr. Capachione obtained his Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) designation in 2010. Mr. Capachione is also certified as a level two Rapid Trauma Resolution practitioner through the Institute of Rapid Trauma Resolution in Orlando Florida. John has recently submitted for his Master Addiction Counselor Credential (MAC).

For businesses or organizations interested in EAP services, below is a more comprehensive definition of EAP and, also, an explanation of EAP core technologies taken from EAPA website:

Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) serve organizations and their employees in multiple ways, ranging from consultation at the strategic level about issues with organization-wide implications to individual assistance to employees and family members experiencing personal difficulties. As workplace programs, the structure and operation of each EAP varies with the structure, functioning, and needs of the organization(s) it serves.

In general, an EAP is a set of professional services specifically designed

  • to improve and/or maintain the productivity and healthy functioning of the workplace and to address a work organization’s particular business needs
  • through the application of specialized knowledge and expertise about human behavior and mental health.

More specifically, an EAP is a workplace program designed to assist: (1) work organizations in addressing productivity issues, and (2) “employee clients” in identifying and resolving personal concerns, including health, marital, family, financial, alcohol, drug, legal, emotional, stress, or other personal issues that may affect job performance.

“Employee assistance program core technology” or “EAP core technology” represents the essential components of the employee assistance (EA) profession. These components combine to create a unique approach to addressing work-organization productivity issues and “employee client” personal concerns affecting job performance. EAP core technology is:

  1. Consultation with, training of, and assistance to work organization leadership (managers, supervisors, and union officials) seeking to manage troubled employees, enhance the work environment, and improve employee job performance;

  2. Active promotion of the availability of EA services to employees, their family members, and the work organization.

  3. Confidential and timely problem identification/assessment services for employee clients with personal concerns that may affect job performance;

  4. Use of constructive confrontation, motivation, and short-term intervention with employee clients to address problems that affect job performance;

  5. Referral of employee clients for diagnosis, treatment, and assistance, as well as case monitoring and follow-up services;

  6. Assisting work organizations in establishing and maintaining effective relations with treatment and other service providers, and in managing provider contracts;

  7. Consultation to work organizations to encourage availability of and employee access to health benefits covering medical and behavioral problems including, but not limited to, alcoholism, drug abuse, and mental and emotional disorders; and

  8. Evaluation of the effects of EA services on work organizations and individual job performance.



If NewDay EAP is a good fit for your company or organization, call Mike or John at 912-201-3605 and we’ll set up a consultation meeting to present our services in detail.